Gender inequality has been a major problem in the corporate world, and it is not only sickening that women are undervalued in these spaces, but also remain significantly underrepresented and twice likely not to be given a voice in the corporate environment. Despite the huge amount of research and meticulously curated data confirming that companies tends to be more profitable, reputable, and have a healthy growth relationship when they have more women in leadership positions, yet we still suffer a gender gap in most companies.
Every IT and Tech organization’s goal is to deliver each project meeting clients’ expectations while reaching the set project target. This is not always the case, especially for IT leaders who are not abreast with project management techniques.
A recent report shows that about 14% of IT projects end up as failures. Only about 56% of tech projects meet the set financial targets set by the managers. Other projects exceed the initial costs, leaving the parties involved in a budget deficit. Source: UMSL
The risks that organizations face from cyberattacks have increased significantly over the past few years. While it’s understandable that prominent organizations and businesses face a higher risk of being targeted by cybercriminals, they’re far from the only targets. In recent years, even hospitals have not been spared by ransomware cyberattacks that paralyze the entire system.
This prevents them from providing care to many patients who are already in a life-or-death battle. The seriousness of this threat is underscored by the fact that the healthcare industry is expected to spend over $65 billion on cybersecurity products and services from 2017 through 2021. Source: Cybersecurity Ventures